How to Check Battery Health or Cycle on iPad

Like mobile phones and laptops, there are a lot of people who use iPads to be connected with technology and technological world. Just as people concerned about the battery health of their mobiles and laptops, they are very conscious about the battery health of their iPads.

How to Check Battery Health or Cycle on iPad

In this article, you will find the guide to check the battery health or cycle of your iPads using different methods with easy and simple steps.

How to Check Battery Health or Cycle on iPad

Unlike iPhone, iPads don't have any in-built feature that offers you to check the battery health of your iPad. However, here we have some ways to share with you to check the battery health or cycle of your iPad.

Use of Shortcut

View Battery Cycle is an amazing shortcut that makes you able to check the battery health of your iPad. Follow these steps to use this shortcut:

  1. Open Safari on your iPad and visit
  2. https://www.icloud.com/shortcuts/ca90b3210d024610a387e4302f4a4053.
  3. You will have the View Battery Cycle page on your screen. Tap on Add Shortcut.
  4. Next go to Settings> Privacy> Analytics & Improvements> Analytics Data.
  5. There, open the latest log-aggregated file.
  6. From the top right corner click the Share option.
  7. Now, click the View Battery Cycle.
  8. On the pop-up notification, your iPad battery health and charge cycle will appear.

Use iMazing (Windows, Mac)

You may use third-party tools to check the battery health as iMazing. Here is how to use it:

  1. Download and install iMazing 2 on your Windows PC or Mac.
  2. Open the tool. Via USB cable connect your iPad to the Computer and Unlock it.
  3. When asked to backup iPad data, choose Later. Then, Choose with Trial.
  4. From the bottom right corner, click the Battery icon.
  5. There, check the Battery Effective Max. Charge i.e the current maximum battery capacity and the Battery Charge Cycle.

So, this was the guide that you may use to check the battery health or cycle of your iPad using these simple ways. You may also use CoconutBattery and 3UTools to check the same.

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